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It’s fast approaching! I think you know what I am talking about. Most people enjoy this occasion because people can dress up (even the pets!), wear tons of make-up, and be someone else even for just a day – and that is during Halloween!
Halloween entails spooky, out-of-this-world get up, decorations, and sumptuous treats to give out to the cute trick-or-treaters. For sure, even the furry pets get their dress up moments much to the amusement of everyone.
On top of the exciting things that Halloweeners do to celebrate this fun event, the weather is as inviting as it should – cold, damp, gray, and weary. All elements of making the season more spooky than ever!
Plenty of adults will be preparing parties to host so their family and friends can enjoy the on-day make-believe-and-dress-up day. Who wouldn’t be excited?
And then there’s the decorations? That is one of the most thrilling part of the occasion. The ghoulish your decoration gets, the better! Also, fright factor is a big consideration to scare off the little guys. Hey, that’s what Halloween is all about!
Halloween is fun! It is entertaining. It promotes artistry and enhances creativity too. It unites a community through parties and other social events pertaining Halloween. It certainly brings out the child in you.
It’s Fall! And soon it’ll be Halloween! It’s so nice to fill the home with Fall decors and the pumpkin patches are brimming with lovely hues of fall-colored pumpkins and gourds around. Pick up some nice pumpkins to add that Fall and Halloween festivity feel in your home. Get some fresh ideas from these fun, colorful and creative ways to decorate your pumpkins this Fall and Halloween.
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One of the ways of getting into the spirit of Halloween is to decorate our homes to give that spooky feel and effect. Windows are adorned with scary representations of Halloween, the porch is teeming with man-made cobwebs out of cotton and the pumpkins are carved to show off a Jack O’Lantern face. Even the trees and bushes are not spared with plastic amputated limbs and skulls hiding in the bushes. Let’s not forget about the treats in the bowl and the out-of-this-world costumes to top the Halloween spirit.
Are we forgetting something in the whole process of giving the home a spooky look and feel? Well, there’s one thing you should also consider – the front door! Yes, it’s a big rectangular shape that can allow a lot of creative flair. So, here are some amazing, colorful, scarily cute front door decoration ideas this Halloween.
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What’s Halloween without treats? And what’s Halloween Trick-or-Treating without the goodies and the loot bag to keep those yummy treats in?
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Also, complete the Halloween look and feel of your home with these fancy decorations for a “spooktacular” effect!
It’s 4th of July in few days and it’s nice to deck out that patio or decorate the house with simple and easy-to-do decorating ideas from Better Home and Gardens. Here are some ideas to get your started and show your love and patriotism this coming Independence Day!
(all photos from BHG.com)